July 13th was a momentous day for the RMI crew. Over the last seven months, we’ve watched our two new biosolids storage buildings go from a set of plans to two fully formed structures. In celebration of their completion, RMI staff, along with Project Manager Wes Wixson of Infrastructure Construction Corporation got together for an official ribbon cutting ceremony (and unveiling of the official names of our buildings!) on Thursday morning. Gathered around the entrances of buildings 1 and 2, the team watched as President Shelagh Connelly performed the honorable task of cutting of the ribbon, a symbol of progress and dedication to residuals management in New England. The ability to utilize these two additional structures is incredibly significant for RMI, as well as for responsible and sustainable biosolids management in the Northeast.